2021 NCAAs Day 1: Cole Hocker vs. Yared Nuguse Is Set in 1500; Falls & Surprises in 800 & Steeple

By LetsRun.com
June 9, 2021

The distance finals at the 2021 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships are set, and the crown jewel showdown of Notre Dame’s Yared Nuguse vs. Oregon’s Cole Hocker on Friday is 100% on. The NCAA 1500 champ and NCAA mile champ each won their qualifying heats in the 1500 tonight on day one of the championships at Hayward Field.

While the 1500 mostly went to plan, the same could not be said for the 800 or steeple prelims. In the 800, NCAA leader Isaiah Jewett of USC needed a time qualifier to advance, while #2 seed Kameron Jones of Clemson was eliminated. In the steeple, which featured a number of falls due to the Eugene rain, NCAA leader Fitsum Seyoum of Virginia Tech could only manage ninth in his heat and went home as Arkansas State’s Bennett Pascoe ran 8:31.72 to lead all qualifiers.

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Recap & analysis of the men’s distance prelims below.

*Full results

Men’s 800: 1:45 men Jewett & Miller need help to advance

It was tight at the end of heat 2

There was plenty of drama in the men’s 800 prelims as none of the top three seeds earned an automatic qualifier to Friday’s final. NCAA leader and Pac-12 champ Isaiah Jewett of USC needed a time qualifier after finishing 3rd in heat 2, as did the #3 seed, SEC champ Brandon Miller of Texas A&M, who was 4th in heat 2. The #2 seed, ACC champ Kameron Jones of Clemson, was not as fortunate; after leading for the first 750 meters of the heat 1, he faded to 4th and was eliminated.

Instead, the heat wins went to Big 12 800/1500 champ Yusuf Bizimana of Texas (heat 1), the surprising Shane Streich of Lipscomb (undefeated in 2021 at 800, Streich outran Jewett and Miller in the final 100 of heat 2), and NCAA indoor champ Charlie Hunter of Oregon (heat 3).

In addition to the struggles of the top seeds, Hunter’s run was the most interesting development. He was beaten handily by Jewett at Pac-12s, but looked totally in command today in winning heat 3 and will be dangerous in Friday’s final. Brit Finley McLear of Miami (Ohio), whom Hunter edged out for the NCAA title indoors, also looked good over the final 100 meters in heat 1, though he had to overcome poor positioning (he was 5th at 600m) to run himself into the final.

How the top eight seeds fared:

Athlete Year School SB Result
Isaiah Jewett SR USC 1:45.16 Time qualifier; 3rd in heat 2
Kameron Jones SR Clemson 1:45.47 4th in heat 1, eliminated
Brandon Miller FR Texas A&M 1:45.57 Time qualifier; 4th in heat 2
Charlie Hunter SR Oregon 1:45.59i Auto Q; won heat 3
Finley McLear SO Miami (OH) 1:45.91i Auto Q; 2nd in heat 1
Festus Lagat SR Iowa State 1:46.09 Auto Q; 2nd in heat 2
Luis Peralta FR Oregon 1:46.13 6th in heat 3, eliminated
Shane Streich SR Lipscomb 1:46.78 Auto Q; won heat 2

Heat 1 results

Pl Pos Athlete Time 400m 800m
1 5 Yusuf BIZIMANA
Texas [FR]
1:46.90 Q 52.39
[52.39]
1:46.90
[54.52]
2 6 Finley MCLEAR
Miami (Ohio) [SO]
1:46.92 Q 52.46
[52.46]
1:46.92
[54.46]
3 8 Crayton CARROZZA
Texas [FR]
1:47.46 q
 PB 
52.65
[52.65]
1:47.46
[54.82]
4 4 Kameron JONES
Clemson [SR]
1:48.14 52.01
[52.01]
1:48.14
[56.14]
5 7 Baylor FRANKLIN
Ole Miss [SO]
1:48.28 52.88
[52.88]
1:48.28
[55.41]
6 2 Alexander LOMONG
Iowa State [JR]
1:48.52 53.19
[53.19]
1:48.52
[55.34]
7 3 Parker RAYMOND
Indiana [FR]
1:48.94 52.22
[52.22]
1:48.94
[56.73]
8 9 Alex KAY
Tennessee [FR]
1:53.65 52.78
[52.78]
1:53.65
[1:00.87]

Heat 2 results

Pl Pos Athlete Time 400m 800m
1 6 Shane STREICH
Lipscomb [SR]
1:47.28 Q 53.61
[53.61]
1:47.28
[53.67]
2 7 Festus LAGAT
Iowa State [SR]
1:47.31 Q 53.44
[53.44]
1:47.31
[53.87]
3 4 Isaiah JEWETT
USC [SR]
1:47.43 q 53.01
[53.01]
1:47.43
[54.42]
4 5 Brandon MILLER
Texas A&M [FR]
1:47.50 q 53.22
[53.22]
1:47.50
[54.28]
5 8 Abbas ABBKAR
N. Carolina A&T [SR]
1:48.92 53.64
[53.64]
1:48.92
[55.29]
6 9 Jonathan SCHWIND
Lipscomb [JR]
1:49.07 53.81
[53.81]
1:49.07
[55.26]
7 3 Devin DIXON
Texas A&M [SR]
1:52.06 53.42
[53.42]
1:52.06
[58.65]
DNF 2 Jason GOMEZ
Iowa State [SO]
54.12
[54.12]

Heat 3 results

Pl Pos Athlete Time 400m 800m
1 6 Charlie HUNTER
Oregon [SR]
1:47.80 Q 52.36
[52.36]
1:47.80
[55.44]
2 7 Eric BROWN
Auburn [SR]
1:47.89 Q
 PB 
52.80
[52.80]
1:47.89
[55.10]
3 5 Samuel VOELZ
Notre Dame [JR]
1:47.91 52.52
[52.52]
1:47.91
[55.40]
4 9 Abdullahi HASSAN
Wisconsin [FR]
1:48.16 52.52
[52.52]
1:48.16
[55.64]
5 8 John RIVERA
Ole Miss [JR]
1:48.45 52.54
[52.54]
1:48.45
[55.92]
6 4 Luis PERALTA
Oregon [FR]
1:49.79 52.31
[52.31]
1:49.79
[57.48]
7 2 Evan DORENKAMP
Penn State [FR]
1:50.39 53.08
[53.08]
1:50.39
[57.31]
8 3 Adam SWANSON
Eastern Illinois [FR]
1:50.51 53.01
[53.01]
1:50.51
[57.50]

Quick Take: It’s anyone’s guess who wins the final now

If today’s results showed us anything, it’s that perhaps we don’t know as much about the 800 as we thought. Major conference champs Jewett, Jones, and Miller all entered the NCAA meet in great form, yet Jones won’t be around for Friday and Jewett and Miller needed a little help to advance. There will be eight men on the start line for the final, and all of them will be dreaming of the win. 

Texas’ Crayton Carrozza (4th at Big 12s) and Auburn’s Eric Brown (6th at SECs) don’t have a realistic shot if things go fast, as both men had to PR just to make the final and neither has broken 1:47 (Brown had never broken 1:48 before today). The other six finalists all have a legit shot at winning the title, though Hunter’s stock is definitely up after today and Jewett and Miller’s stock is down.

Men’s 1500: Nuguse vs. Hocker is set as both win quick prelims

The prelims of the men’s 1500 meters tonight were a microcosm of the 2021 NCAA season. There were a lot of fast times, Alabama’s Eliud Kipsang pushed the pace, and Notre Dame’s Yared Nuguse and Oregon’s Cole Hocker looked the best of everyone, each winning their heat to set up a heavily-anticipated final on Friday.

Hocker cruised to a qualifier in heat 2

Kipsang, a noted frontrunner who ran a pb of 3:35 at regionals (#6 in NCAA history), took heat 1 out in 56 seconds for the first 400, and the pace would remain fast throughout the night, with Nuguse passing Kipsang late to win heat 1 in 3:37.36 and Hocker claiming heat 2 in 3:38.34 after leading most of the way. All 12 men who made the final broke 3:40. 

Both time qualifiers came from heat 1, with Providence’s AJ Ernst taking the final spot in 3:39.00. Times were quick across the board; usually if you run a pb in an NCAA 1500 prelim, you’ll make the final, but that was not the case for Portland’s Cathal Doyle, who ran 3:39.21 in heat 1 but still didn’t advance.

There weren’t any major upsets, as the top eight seeds based on 2021 sb all advanced to the final, including Washington’s Sam Tanner, who broke the collegiate record indoors but failed to make the NCAA mile final in March. The fastest guy on the year who failed to advance was Furman’s Ryan Adams (3:37.66 sb), who was 12th in heat 1.

The #8 seed, BYU’s Talem Franco (3:37.55 sb) almost missed out as well. With 50 meters to go in heat 2, Franco was in fourth and appeared on track to cruise into the final (the top five men in each heat plus the next two fastest times advanced). But Franco was slowing and may not have realized the three-man pack closing in on him from behind. Just before the finish line, Drake’s Isaac Basten passed him on the outside; a moment later, Oregon’s Reed Brown edged past on the inside to outlean Franco by .01, appearing to snag the fifth and final qualifying spot. But Brown was later DQ’d for impeding — it’s unclear where, as he didn’t appear to foul Franco at the finish — meaning Franco wound up advancing at his expense.

Judge if for yourself.

It’s worth noting that the fastest guy in the field by personal best, James West of Oregon (3:34.07), also didn’t make it — though he was only ranked 15th based on sb (3:38.96).

There was also an unfortunate fall in heat 2, as Nebraska’s Dais Malebana caught Michigan’s Tom Dodd from behind on the penultimate lap. Both men went down and wound up DNFs.

Here’s how the top eight seeds fared:

Athlete Year School SB Result
Yared Nuguse JR Notre Dame 3:34.68 Auto Q; won heat 1
Sam Tanner FR Washington 3:34.72i Auto Q; 5th in heat 1
Eliud Kipsang FR Alabama 3:35.49 Auto Q; 3rd in heat 1
Cole Hocker FR Oregon 3:35.63i Auto Q; won heat 2
Waleed Suliman JR Ole Miss 3:36.53 Auto Q; 2nd in heat 2
Mario Garcia Romo SO Ole Miss 3:37.17 Auto Q; 2nd in heat 1
Jack Salisbury JR Georgetown 3:37.18 Auto Q; 4th in heat 1
Talem Franco SR BYU 3:37.55 Auto Q; 5th in heat 2

Heat 1 results

Pl Pos Athlete Time 300m 700m 1100m 1500m
1 5 Yared NUGUSE
Notre Dame [JR]
3:37.36 Q 41.34
[41.34]
1:41.39
[1:00.06]
2:41.78
[1:00.39]
3:37.36
[55.59]
2 4 Mario GARCIA ROMO
Ole Miss [SO]
3:37.59 Q 41.24
[41.24]
1:41.50
[1:00.26]
2:41.97
[1:00.47]
3:37.59
[55.63]
3 2 Eliud KIPSANG
Alabama [FR]
3:37.60 Q 40.21
[40.21]
1:40.31
[1:00.10]
2:40.97
[1:00.67]
3:37.60
[56.63]
4 6 Jack SALISBURY
Georgetown [JR]
3:37.84 Q 41.51
[41.51]
1:41.72
[1:00.21]
2:42.12
[1:00.40]
3:37.84
[55.73]
5 3 Sam TANNER
Washington [FR]
3:38.37 Q
 PB 
41.76
[41.76]
1:42.07
[1:00.31]
2:42.50
[1:00.44]
3:38.37
[55.87]
6 11 Diego ZARATE
Virginia Tech [SR]
3:38.85 q
 PB 
41.73
[41.73]
1:41.78
[1:00.06]
2:42.41
[1:00.63]
3:38.85
[56.44]
7 12 AJ ERNST
Providence [SR]
3:39.00 q
 PB 
41.96
[41.96]
1:41.53
[59.58]
2:42.15
[1:00.63]
3:39.00
[56.86]
8 10 Cathal DOYLE
Portland [JR]
3:39.21
 PB 
42.16
[42.16]
1:42.37
[1:00.21]
2:42.98
[1:00.62]
3:39.21
[56.23]
9 1 Lucas BONS
BYU [FR]
3:40.22 41.57
[41.57]
1:41.89
[1:00.32]
2:42.70
[1:00.82]
3:40.22
[57.53]
10 8 Adam FOGG
Drake [SO]
3:40.88 42.26
[42.26]
1:42.13
[59.87]
2:41.94
[59.82]
3:40.88
[58.95]
11 9 Brandon TUBBY
North Carolina [SR]
3:41.33 41.66
[41.66]
1:41.60
[59.94]
2:42.28
[1:00.68]
3:41.33
[59.05]
12 7 Ryan ADAMS
Furman [SR]
3:44.28 41.00
[41.00]
1:41.25
[1:00.25]
2:41.84
[1:00.59]
3:44.28
[1:02.44]

Heat 2 results

Pl Pos Athlete Time 300m 700m 1100m 1500m
1 4 Cole HOCKER
Oregon [FR]
3:38.34 Q 43.63
[43.63]
1:44.50
[1:00.87]
2:42.38
[57.89]
3:38.34
[55.97]
2 7 Waleed SULIMAN
Ole Miss [JR]
3:38.92 Q 44.03
[44.03]
1:44.99
[1:00.97]
2:42.44
[57.45]
3:38.92
[56.49]
3 6 Paul RYAN
Washington St. [SR]
3:39.12 Q 43.79
[43.79]
1:44.62
[1:00.83]
2:42.69
[58.08]
3:39.12
[56.44]
4 10 Isaac BASTEN
Drake [SO]
3:39.57 Q
 PB 
44.37
[44.37]
1:45.60
[1:01.23]
2:43.94
[58.35]
3:39.57
[55.63]
5 1 Talem FRANCO
BYU [SR]
3:39.67 Q 43.76
[43.76]
1:44.89
[1:01.13]
2:42.97
[58.09]
3:39.67
[56.70]
6 9 James WEST
Oregon [SR]
3:39.81 43.54
[43.54]
1:44.71
[1:01.18]
2:43.09
[58.38]
3:39.81
[56.73]
7 5 Casey COMBER
Villanova [SR]
3:40.98 44.47
[44.47]
1:44.80
[1:00.33]
2:42.73
[57.94]
3:40.98
[58.25]
8 2 Zach STALLINGS
Washington St. [SO]
3:44.08 44.10
[44.10]
1:45.35
[1:01.26]
2:43.50
[58.15]
3:44.08
[1:00.58]
9 3 Jesse HUNT
North Carolina [SO]
3:44.43 44.20
[44.20]
1:45.28
[1:01.09]
2:44.02
[58.74]
3:44.43
[1:00.42]
DNF 8 Tom DODD
Michigan [JR]
43.81
[43.81]
1:45.06
[1:01.25]
DNF 11 Dais MALEBANA
Nebraska [JR]
43.96
[43.96]
1:45.17
[1:01.22]
DQ 12 Reed BROWN
Oregon [JR]
44.26
[44.26]
1:45.49
[1:01.23]
2:43.70
[58.22]
3:39.66
[55.96]

Quick Take: Bring on the final

We didn’t learn much from these prelims. We expected the NCAA final to be a Nuguse-Hocker showdown, and both men looked very smooth in winning their heats, even as the times were very fast for NCAA prelims. And the main guys who figured to be factors should one of the big two falter — Ole Miss’ Waleed Suliman and Alabama’s Eliud Kipsang — also looked strong to advance easily. The biggest story may be that Washington’s Sam Tanner gained a measure of redemption for his failure at NCAA indoors by making his first NCAA final.

Now that the prologue is complete, it’s time to look forward to what should be an outstanding final on Friday night.

Men’s steeple: Fast times & falls in the rain

Chaos reigned in the men’s steeplechase semifinals, as half of the top eight seeds based on 2021 sb did not advance to Friday’s final, including the NCAA leader, Fitsum Seyoum of Virginia Tech. Four men fell in heat 2, nearly causing NCAA #2 man Ahmed Jaziri of Eastern Kentucky to miss the final as well, but Jaziri rallied to get the final auto qualifying spot. 2019 NCAA steeple runner-up Ryan Smeeton of Oklahoma State looked good and advanced, but the prelims did little to establish favorites for Friday’s final in a wide-open event.

Rain began to fall at Hayward Field as the steeple semifinals began, and the rain worsened as the two heats ran, likely the contributing factor to the falls in the second heat. The first heat went quick despite the rain, with seven men running under 8:33 after a season in which only two men broke 8:33 before NCAAs. Duncan Hamilton of Montana State led the first five laps and set a respectable pace before Smeeton passed him with 1k to go. Seyoum was never a factor and was dropped before the bell, but a pack of eight separated on the penultimate lap and went through the bell at 7:27. All eight remained in contention at the final water jump with Smeeton, Kigen Chemadi of Middle Tennessee State, and Bennett Pascoe from Arkansas State leading the charge. Those three ran three abreast down the final straight and all ran 8:31 to make the final. Hamilton rallied to make the final with a 7+ second pb.

Seven of the top eight in the heat ran personal bests and Smeeton ran a seasonal best, as both time qualifiers came from this heat. Oregon senior Jackson Mestler faded over the final 150 to miss the final by one spot. Seyoum finished ninth in 8:38.

Alexander Korczynski from Northeastern, making his NCAA debut, led the second heat for the first 2300 meters, but the heat was doomed to be slower than the first due to heavy rain. Virginia sophomore Derek Johnson took the lead with a strong move with 700 to go and led at the bell in 7:32, causing the field to spread out. Korczynski, who had dropped back to fifth with 600 to go, rallied to take the lead before the final water jump, but slipped off the jump and fell, causing Jaziri to stumble. Jaziri’s hands hit the ground but he got up to finish fifth. Stanford freshman Ky Robinson came out of nowhere in the final 100 to pass Johnson and win the heat in 8:36.29, a four-second personal best. Robinson had the fastest final lap of 62.29 while no one else closed under 64. Minnesota’s Alec Basten, who stumbled on the third-to-last water jump of the race, came back to finish third in 8:37.18. Korczynski, who entered with the slowest pb in the field, made a valiant effort but finished 10th in the heat after the fall.

How the top eight seeds fared:

Athlete Year School SB Result
Fitsum Seyoum SR Virginia Tech 8:31.23 9th in heat 1, eliminated
Ahmed Jaziri JR E. Kentucky 8:32.92 Auto Q; 5th in heat 2
Ryan Smeeton JR Oklahoma St. 8:33.22 Auto Q; 2nd in heat 2
Alec Basten JR Minnesota 8:33.80 Auto Q; 3rd in heat 2
Albert Kosgei SR Louisville 8:34.28 7th in heat 2, eliminated
Garrett Marsing SR BYU 8:34.40 Auto Q; 4th in heat 2
Jackson Mestler SR Oregon 8:35.32 8th in heat 1, eliminated
Nathan Mylenek SR Iowa 8:35.41 9th in heat 2, eliminated

Heat 1 results

Pl Pos Athlete Time Lap1 Lap2 Lap3 Lap4 Lap5 Lap6 Lap7 3000m
1 6 Bennett PASCOE
Arkansas State [JR]
8:31.72 Q
 PB 
37.13
[37.13]
1:45.70
[1:08.58]
2:52.68
[1:06.99]
4:01.10
[1:08.43]
5:10.25
[1:09.16]
6:19.92
[1:09.67]
7:28.61
[1:08.69]
8:31.72
[1:03.12]
2 3 Kigen CHEMADI
Mid. Tenn. State [SR]
8:31.75 Q
 PB 
36.52
[36.52]
1:44.67
[1:08.15]
2:52.69
[1:08.03]
4:01.21
[1:08.52]
5:10.21
[1:09.01]
6:19.72
[1:09.52]
7:27.90
[1:08.18]
8:31.75
[1:03.85]
3 2 Ryan SMEETON
Oklahoma State [JR]
8:31.75 Q
 SB 
36.69
[36.69]
1:45.00
[1:08.31]
2:52.63
[1:07.64]
4:00.90
[1:08.27]
5:09.92
[1:09.02]
6:19.10
[1:09.18]
7:27.73
[1:08.64]
8:31.75
[1:04.03]
4 5 Duncan HAMILTON
Montana State [SO]
8:31.99 Q
 PB 
36.27
[36.27]
1:44.32
[1:08.05]
2:52.35
[1:08.04]
4:00.74
[1:08.39]
5:09.86
[1:09.12]
6:19.47
[1:09.61]
7:28.37
[1:08.91]
8:31.99
[1:03.63]
5 11 Parker STOKES
Georgetown [FR]
8:32.03 Q
 PB 
36.76
[36.76]
1:44.96
[1:08.20]
2:52.98
[1:08.03]
4:01.47
[1:08.50]
5:10.49
[1:09.02]
6:20.14
[1:09.66]
7:27.98
[1:07.84]
8:32.03
[1:04.06]
6 7 Colton JOHNSEN
Washington St. [JR]
8:32.11 q
 PB 
36.51
[36.51]
1:44.85
[1:08.34]
2:53.44
[1:08.59]
4:02.27
[1:08.83]
5:11.23
[1:08.97]
6:20.30
[1:09.08]
7:28.48
[1:08.18]
8:32.11
[1:03.64]
7 12 Felix KANDIE
Liberty [JR]
8:32.95 q
 PB 
37.31
[37.31]
1:45.66
[1:08.36]
2:53.51
[1:07.86]
4:02.06
[1:08.55]
5:10.83
[1:08.77]
6:20.53
[1:09.70]
7:28.78
[1:08.25]
8:32.95
[1:04.18]
8 1 Jackson MESTLER
Oregon [SR]
8:33.52
 PB 
37.00
[37.00]
1:45.29
[1:08.30]
2:53.25
[1:07.96]
4:01.52
[1:08.28]
5:10.53
[1:09.02]
6:19.98
[1:09.45]
7:28.09
[1:08.11]
8:33.52
[1:05.43]
9 4 Fitsum SEYOUM
Virginia Tech [SR]
8:38.86 36.81
[36.81]
1:45.51
[1:08.71]
2:53.11
[1:07.60]
4:01.87
[1:08.77]
5:11.56
[1:09.69]
6:22.00
[1:10.45]
7:31.69
[1:09.69]
8:38.86
[1:07.17]
10 10 Aidan TOOKER
Syracuse [JR]
8:40.42
 SB 
37.36
[37.36]
1:45.86
[1:08.51]
2:53.71
[1:07.85]
4:02.10
[1:08.39]
5:11.16
[1:09.07]
6:21.29
[1:10.13]
7:31.31
[1:10.03]
8:40.42
[1:09.12]
11 8 David TOO
Iowa State [SR]
8:42.70 37.14
[37.14]
1:45.46
[1:08.32]
2:53.66
[1:08.21]
4:01.78
[1:08.12]
5:10.81
[1:09.03]
6:21.01
[1:10.21]
7:31.73
[1:10.73]
8:42.70
[1:10.97]
12 9 Zach LITOFF
Santa Clara [JR]
8:44.66 37.15
[37.15]
1:45.36
[1:08.21]
2:53.88
[1:08.53]
4:02.49
[1:08.61]
5:11.87
[1:09.39]
6:22.46
[1:10.59]
7:34.40
[1:11.95]
8:44.66
[1:10.27]

Heat 2 results

Pl Pos Athlete Time Lap1 Lap2 Lap3 Lap4 Lap5 Lap6 Lap7 3000m
1 10 Ky ROBINSON
Stanford [FR]
8:36.29 Q
 PB 
36.81
[36.81]
1:45.73
[1:08.93]
2:55.85
[1:10.13]
4:06.76
[1:10.91]
5:16.96
[1:10.21]
6:26.47
[1:09.51]
7:34.01
[1:07.54]
8:36.29
[1:02.29]
2 1 Derek JOHNSON
Virginia [SO]
8:36.91 Q 36.97
[36.97]
1:45.85
[1:08.88]
2:56.07
[1:10.23]
4:06.98
[1:10.91]
5:16.95
[1:09.97]
6:26.24
[1:09.29]
7:32.55
[1:06.32]
8:36.91
[1:04.36]
3 8 Alec BASTEN
Minnesota [JR]
8:37.18 Q 36.88
[36.88]
1:45.54
[1:08.66]
2:55.54
[1:10.00]
4:06.53
[1:10.99]
5:16.77
[1:10.24]
6:26.17
[1:09.40]
7:32.75
[1:06.58]
8:37.18
[1:04.43]
4 6 Garrett MARSING
BYU [SR]
8:37.67 Q 36.55
[36.55]
1:45.35
[1:08.80]
2:56.02
[1:10.67]
4:07.11
[1:11.09]
5:17.29
[1:10.19]
6:26.73
[1:09.44]
7:33.21
[1:06.49]
8:37.67
[1:04.47]
5 4 Ahmed JAZIRI
Eastern Kentucky [JR]
8:37.83 Q 37.25
[37.25]
1:45.96
[1:08.71]
2:56.27
[1:10.32]
4:07.27
[1:11.01]
5:17.23
[1:09.96]
6:26.56
[1:09.34]
7:32.93
[1:06.37]
8:37.83
[1:04.90]
6 2 Christian HUBAKER
Michigan [JR]
8:39.09
 PB 
37.08
[37.08]
1:45.40
[1:08.33]
2:55.61
[1:10.21]
4:06.64
[1:11.03]
5:17.09
[1:10.46]
6:26.33
[1:09.25]
7:33.76
[1:07.43]
8:39.09
[1:05.34]
7 3 Albert KOSGEI
Louisville [SR]
8:43.04 36.90
[36.90]
1:45.26
[1:08.37]
2:55.47
[1:10.21]
4:06.38
[1:10.92]
5:16.64
[1:10.27]
6:26.20
[1:09.57]
7:34.09
[1:07.90]
8:43.04
[1:08.95]
8 9 Remi SCHYNS
Butler [SO]
8:43.23 36.74
[36.74]
1:45.69
[1:08.96]
2:55.35
[1:09.67]
4:06.47
[1:11.12]
5:16.87
[1:10.40]
6:26.05
[1:09.19]
7:33.84
[1:07.79]
8:43.23
[1:09.39]
9 5 Nathan MYLENEK
Iowa [SR]
8:47.86 37.04
[37.04]
1:45.61
[1:08.57]
2:55.78
[1:10.17]
4:06.81
[1:11.04]
5:17.03
[1:10.22]
6:26.79
[1:09.77]
7:35.65
[1:08.87]
8:47.86
[1:12.21]
10 12 Alexander KORCZYNSKI
Northeastern [JR]
8:54.75 35.79
[35.79]
1:44.62
[1:08.83]
2:55.09
[1:10.48]
4:06.24
[1:11.16]
5:16.52
[1:10.28]
6:25.94
[1:09.43]
7:33.44
[1:07.51]
8:54.75
[1:21.31]
11 11 Clayson SHUMWAY
BYU [SR]
9:11.34 37.68
[37.68]
1:47.74
[1:10.07]
2:58.24
[1:10.50]
4:10.77
[1:12.54]
5:25.64
[1:14.87]
6:39.81
[1:14.17]
7:54.97
[1:15.16]
9:11.34
[1:16.37]
DNF 7 Joost PLAETINCK
Michigan [JR]
37.44
[37.44]
1:46.23
[1:08.79]
2:56.25
[1:10.03]
4:07.38
[1:11.13]
5:17.60
[1:10.23]
6:27.14
[1:09.54]
7:34.76
[1:07.63]

 

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